The submission of applications within first call for proposals is closed.
Thanks to all applicants for your hard work! We have received 43 applications.
If you are interested in development of cooperation projects in future, please consult with us and follow the information regarding the second call, which is planned in the begining of 2017!
Please pay attention also to recently published presentation of useful tips and wise thoughts from project implementers of the Estonia-Latvia Programme 2007-2013!
The first call is open within three priorities of the programme:
Priority 1 - active and attractive business environment;
Priority 2 - clean and valued living environment;
Priority 4 - integrated labour market.
The total amount to be committed during the first call is about 18.5 million euros. Under priorities 1 and 2 it is planned to commit up to 70% of the priority’s budget, but under priority 4 up to 100% of the priority’s budget.
The approximate funding available for specific support areas is following:
- entrepreneurship ~ 8 million euros;
- tourism development based on cultural and natural heritage ~ 4 million euros;
- environmental awareness ~ 1.5 million euros;
- management of joint waters ~ 1 million euros;
- joint centre of Valga-Valka – 3 million euros;
- labour commuters ~ 1 million euros.
All essential information about the Estonia-Latvia programme is provided in the programme manual, where you can find detailed information about programme requirements.
Inspired by quotes from the representatives of implemented projects in the Estonia-Latvia programme, the Joint Secretariat has made a presentation with useful tips and wise thoughts for applicants in the programme 2014-2020. We hope that this information will help you in the phase of the idea development, as well as in the process of project implementation and reporting later on.
If you are interested in background information about the programme, please scroll down for the programme document and specific information in relation to specific objectives.
The new programme is thematically much more focused than the previous Estonia-Latvia programme. One of the key elements, which define the thematic focus, is the set of result indicators of the programme. As all the supported projects need to contribute to fulfilment of result indicators, please check the documents below, which explain, how the baseline and target values of result indicators were established.
Education, training, skills’ development and ICT developments are considered as horizontal modes to achieve the objectives of all priority areas.
In March and April 2015 the JS organised launching events of the programme 2014-2020. Please read more at http://www.estlat.eu/news/programme-news/launching-of-the-programme-2014-2020/.